Occams Razor is an artistic and experimental approach to interactive audio visualisation for virtual reality platforms.
Users get the opportunity to interactiveley change and combine a series of three dimensional artistic worlds that constantly react to sound and music.
This VR concept originated on a freaky late night idea of connecting an oscillator into the video input of a beamer, which allowed projecting highly experimental, interactive black and white visuals to the wall.
This concept sparked the Occams Razor idea (in a more digital artform), using virtual reality as the medium of experiencing a number of ‘rooms’ and their variations.
The other dimension
The application features a fest of three dimensional artistic worlds to explore – from simple optical illusions ever-changing to the rythm, to three dimensional fractals, as well as well known optical effects realised in the 3D space.
Polished carefully with post-process effects, this experience takes users to another dimension comeplete with psychedelic 3D-visuals and audio from any source they desire.